Train 223 climbs Quakish Hill just south of Millinocket with 8 locomotives and 70 cars for Brownville Junction.
Train 223 led by rebuilt ex Amtrak F40 number 451 crests the grade at Dyer Brook just south of Oakfield on it's return trip to Brownville Junction.
A Millinocket bound freight encounters two White-Tailed deer crossing the right of way on the wye at Brownville.
A southbound Searsport Job cuts through fresh snow with a string of tank cars destined for fuel oil loading at the port.
An eastbound freight arrives at Brownville Junction from Montreal with four GP38s on the head end.
BAR number 21 one of five (20-24) GP7u locomotives purchased from the Santa Fe in 1991 still wears the late tri-color scheme in the summer of 1999. This late scheme eliminates the use of silver on the trucks (now black) and on the pilots (now gray).
Northern Vermont number 512 is an ex Southern Pacific GP35 freshly repainted at the BAR's Northern Maine Junction diesel shops.
Two Amtrak FL9s originally owned by the New Haven which have been operating in freight service on the BAR during the summer of 1999 are being prepared at Northern Maine Junction to return to Amtrak's Beech Grove, Illinois shops for rebuliding.
Two GP38s switch the upper yard known as "The Farm" at Northern Maine Junction. The pond in the forground is just behind the NMJ roundhouse.
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